Laravel admin panel with blog and boilerplates for both VueJS and AngularJS. The blog extends beyond most other Laravel blogs which often do not have subcategories. Fullstack Admin uses ajax which fetches subcategories if they are used.
It is built with Laravel 5.8 and Bootstrap4 and includes easy usage with Fullcalendar, Datatables and Charts.
Could easily be used as a CMS that is easy to extend for the building of anything imaginable.
Installation is the same as most other Laravel installations.
Step One Unzip file and move to desired dev or production server. Step Two Add required modules and dependencies from command line in root folder: $ npm install $ composer update Step Three Alter the .env file located in the root folder. Set the database, database username, database password and app url. The parameters to change are DB_DATABASE=myDatabaseName DB_USERNAME=root DB_PASSWORD= APP_URL=http://localhost/mysite Step Four Run migrations and populate database php artisan migrate php artisan db:seed Select 'Yes'. if necessary Step Five Make sure storage folder is writable chmod -R 777 storage php artisan db:seed That's it
Learn how to use Tradesperson Tools.
|Users||Navigate to mysite/admin||Login with
|Google Calendar Integration||Open Google Calendar||All your Google Calendar activities will be visible|
|Dropbox||Select 'Dropbox >Choose From Dropbox'||Send File To Dropbox|
|Tasks||Select Tasks >Quick Tasks or Tasks >Trello||Add, edit and Delete Tasks|
Anything Missing? We can quickly add custom features that are currentky unavailable.
Blog comes fully featured with the options to create, edit and delete blogs.
Asides from blogs, you have the options to create, edit and delete both categories and subcategories.
Blogging is a 'goto' method for gaining more traffic for various reasons such as; Google likes fresh content, pages will pickup in serach engines and your quality score can go up.
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'Tradesperson Tools' goes back a long time. Having built sites for many tradespersons over the years and having worked in the trades, it just seemed people were best off with a top quality way to load pages, an easy way to build the site and an easy way to extend if need be.
Tradeperson Tools was built with the Laravel Framework which makes it better performing than an app like Wordpress. In fact, having built many sites with Wordpress was one of the reasons for putting in the time to make something that would build better sites faster. Doesn't that just seem right?
So, let me start by saying how some Wordpress trades sites have gone. You install Wordpress and add a theme, plugins, etc. Then, the slow backend and bloated frontend take over. As time goes on, the hackers seem to just find a way to exploit them to some degree. Yes, they can be hardened, etc, but the maintenance just sucks. It is like running an extension cord through a home compared to an electrician wiring a proper line from the panel, or like a plumber using a monkey wrench when a pipe wrench is the right tool for the particular job.